Night Driving

I keep saying I’m going to get back to bloggin’, but it never seems to happen.

Well I think if I get a lot less ambitious, things might work out. So I’m just going to try to throw up something daily-ish. I didn’t want to get back on the horse with anything that was too obvious. Thought I would come at you with an image that is a little less accessible and slightly more abstract than a flower. Don’t worry Russell, plenty of flower pictures are coming your way.

Driving north on Highway 17. North of Madrid.
Highway 17 – North of Madrid

This image was taken north of Madrid on Highway 17. While driving. Because I’m just that good.


ISO: 100
Focal Length: 18 mm (27mm in 35mm equivalent)
Aperture: f/5.6
Exposure Time: 30 seconds

4 thoughts on “Night Driving”

  1. That is amazing that you were able to keep the car steady enough for that long of an exposure.

  2. Angie,

    It should be noted that the camera is hand held. So yeah. I have skills. I’m basically the Georges Niang of taking photos while I’m driving.

  3. But there will be another image later (possibly Thursday) where the hand isn’t so steady. Or maybe the driving isn’t so steady.

    I like to think that actually the road is not as smooth.

  4. I immediately assumed that it was on the dash or similar – that’s crazy. I can’t hold my hand that still when I’m on flat ground.

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